Carbs in Tesco Thin Cut Beef Steaks/Chargrill Sprinkle 260G
A single serving of Tesco Thin Cut Beef Steaks/Chargrill Sprinkle 260G is considered low in carbohydrates if you are following a low carb or keto diet. A typical steak fried then trimmed of fat (90g) contains: 2.2g Carbohydrates and 0.4g Fiber.
MicrowaveStep650 Watt750 Watt850 WattMicrowave From FrozenStep650 Watt750 Watt850 WattBarbequeInstructions: For a chargrilled barbecue effect cook as per cooking guidelines above then place on the barbecue for a further 5 minutes turning frequently.GrillTime: 12- 16 minsTemperature_Setting: HighInstructions: Remove all packaging. Sprinkle the sachet contents over the steaks 10 minutes prior to cooking. Place under a pre-heated high grill for 12-16 minutes turning occasionally. Leave steaks to rest in a warm place for 3 minutes before serving. Cooking PrecautionsAll appliances vary these are guidelines only. Ensure product is cooked thoroughly until all juices run clear and there is no raw meat inside. Tesco recommend that all meat products are cooked thoroughly. Not suitable for microwave cooking. Not suitable for cooking from frozen.Standard Frozen GuidelinesNoFreezing GuidelinesFreeze on day of purchase. Use within one month. DefrostingDefrost thoroughly for a minimum of 12 hours in the refrigerator. IMPORTANT: If food has thawed do not refreeze.Storage Information
Keep refrigerated. Once opened use immediately.Use by: see front of pack.
Amount Per Serving
Energy 615kJ (145kcal)
Total Fat 3.7g
Saturated Fat 1.5g
Salt Equivalent 0.8g
Total Carbohydrate 2.2g
Dietary Fiber 0.4g
Please note: carbohydrate values are shown using the UK methodology - total carbohydrates is equivalent to the US "net carbs" figure. UK carb totals already account for fiber.
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